Midlands State University MSU
DUE : 17 AUG 2022D
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Patient consultation, examination, diagnosis and treatment being assisted by the University Doctors as necessary.
Dispensing of medicines, patient counselling, compiling statistics and emergency response.
Ensuring compliance to effective infection prevention and control systems.
Provide holistic nursing which meet the patient’s physical, psychological and social needs.
Maintain confidential, detailed and accurate records of patients’ conditions, diagnosis and therapeutic interventions done.
Ensure the clients gain access to services they require and that the care needed is well coordinated e.g. proper referral system.
Attend student trips, sports events and other University events as health/emergency personnel.
Any other clinical/nursing duties as assigned.
A registered general Nurse with a Diploma/Degree in General Nursing.
5 ‘O’ levels including English Language.
A post-basic qualification is an added advantage.
Applicants should be registered with the Nurses Council of Zimbabwe and in possession of a valid practising certificate.
Forensic training for Dispensing an added advantage.
2 years’ experience as a Registered General Nurse.
Applicants must submit copies of applications with the following: application letter, certified certificates and curriculum vitae giving full details of names, place and date of birth, experience, present salary, date of availability, contact telephone number (s) and names and email addresses of three referees to:
The Deputy Registrar (Human Resources)
Midlands State University
Application documents must be in a single scan pdf format.
Applicants should clearly state the post being applied for in the subject line. It should also be noted that non-adherence to any of the above instructions will automatically cause the application to be disqualified.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be communicated to.
NB: Midlands State University is an equal opportunities employer. In the interest of promoting gender parity, female candidates are encouraged to apply.